This competitive shooter pits two teams against one another in a head-to-head match, with each side attempting to outthink and outfight the other by communicating their plans and attacking or defending objectives. Do not fool yourself into thinking that those walls can protect you because you can easily break through them when engaged in combat.
Another interesting element is the presence of different operators, each of whom has its own special power to influence matches. For example, the explosive fuse operator can detonate a cluster charge that spreads throughout a room, and the appropriately named Sledge operator can punch holes in walls using their sledgehammer. Both of these operators add a new dimension to the game.
You can approach your goal and collaborate with your team in a variety of different ways depending on which operator you choose to use. On November 15th, PlayStation Plus extra and premium members will be able to play the PS4 and PS5 versions of Rainbow Six Siege, allowing them to get a head start on the game’s intense tactical action.